In this video, three McKinsey experts on aerospace and mobility describe a future in which electric flying vehicles are a safe, affordable, and sustainable way to travel.
Advanced air mobility is becoming a reality. Airport operators need to assess the opportunity and integrate it into their planning.
Joby executive Bonny Simi sees a future in which aerial ridesharing is popular, traveling between rural and urban areas is quick and easy, and the pilot workforce is much more diverse.
Daniel Wiegand, CEO of air-mobility company Lilium, believes that electric passenger aircraft will be commonplace by 2030.
Electric air taxis such as VoloCity, made by Germany’s Volocopter, are poised to revolutionize not just city travel but also the global mobility industry, says CEO Florian Reuter.
Despite a steady, sizeable uptick in announced commercial constellations over the past few years, many constellation operators have yet to meet original ambitions.
As annual growth in defense spending slows, defense companies need new strategies for reducing the cost of their products and services.
Demand for European commercial aircraft is poised to recover. How should the industry respond?
With more satellites and space debris in orbit, it’s time for a new approach for mitigating collisions.
Amid emerging technologies and increasing concerns about sustainability, innovative options for air mobility are gaining traction—and funding.